…The answer is yes, most definitely. Had the pleasure of taking out three leading ladies of Colorado’s Green Economy. Genifer is founder and President of CannLabs, a Marijuana testing company, Jenny is owner of Sante Alternative Wellness stores in Durango and Denver, and Amy has been in the industry for many years, recently consulting with an extraction company. With some mountain bike experience between them we decided to start out mellow and work our way up to more advanced trails. The three did not disappoint, all keeping up and riding like champs. We quickly went from Perins Gulch, to Crestview, Engleharts, 8 Bells, and Ella Vita before heading over to the east side of town and a stop at the Durango Bike Company. Genifer was riding a new Durango Bike Company Moonshine and loving it.  We stopped by the shop, located at the trailhead of Horse Gulch so that Owner, Builder, and CEO Jeff Estes could give us the lowdown on the Moonshine and the other bikes he is building. If you haven’t ridden one yet, you must. All told we rode 12 miles and just under 1,000 feet elevation gain.

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